Paulo Sousa wants to make his mark as Premier League boss
Swansea boss Paulo Sousa has set his sights on becoming a Premier League manager and says it remains the world's strongest domestic competition.
Manchester United and Arsenal were knocked out of the Champions League this week, leading to some pundits to suggest the league is in decline.
But former Portugal midfielder Sousa refutes that suggestion and says the Premier League is simply the best.
He said: "I have the ambition to manage a Premier League club in the future."
Sousa and the Swans hope that will be in charge of the Liberty Stadium side, who continue their Championship play-off challenge against Bristol City on Saturday at Ashton Gate, where they have not won since 1993.
Sir Alex Ferguson's Man Utd and Arsene Wenger's Arsenal saw their European hopes die in midweek, the former losing to Bayern Munich while the Gunners suffered as Messi struck four times for Barcelona.
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